The Society for The Teaching of Psychology (Division Two of APA) is pleased to announce the STP Civic Engagement Award. Consistent with APA's Citizen Psychologist initiative, this award recognizes leadership and engagement in applying psychological science to make a difference in communities at the local, national, or global level. This could be done directly through community involvement or indirectly by incorporating civic-engagement pedagogies (e.g., service-learning) into teaching.
Applications will be reviewed by STP’s Civic Engagement Award Committee. Each awardee will receive a plaque, a monetary award of US$1,500, and up to US$1,500 to attend STP's Annual Conference on Teaching if they do not have travel funds from other sources. The award is open only to STP members. Nominations and self-nominations are welcome. STP reserves the right not to make an award if the STP Awards Committee believes no applicant is qualified in a particular year.
The deadline for nominations is January 6, 2020. Applicants will receive notification of award decisions no later than February, 20, 2020. The award recipient will be invited to receive the award during STP’s 19th Annual Conference on Teaching (October 8-10, 2020, Pittsburgh, PA, USA).
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Required documents for nominations/self-nominations:
Examples of Significant Contributions.
Please note that this is a list of examples, and it is not intended to be exhaustive.
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Please contact the Chair of the Committee on Civic Engagement Award (Dr. Fanli Jia) with questions at email@example.com
Fanli Jia (Chair), Seton Hall University, New Jersey
Leah Gensheimer, Avila University, Missouri
Karen Longest, Oklahoma Baptist University, Oklahoma
Maria Mouratidis, Notre Dame of Maryland University, Maryland
Casey Swanson, Plymouth High School, Michigan